How to design a productive Home Office.

Design: PPDS

Design: PPDS

In the last years working from home has become very popular as people save much time and money. Certainly, many jobs can be done from home and so the working space becomes very important in terms of efficiency and productiveness. Designing a good home office can be successful if we follow some simple Feng Shui rules. How should our office be designed then?

First of all, do not turn your back to the entrance. Facing the door will give you a clear view of the room and will make you feel secure. This does not mean to sit just in front of the door but in a comfortable position which let us see the way in. The situation of your desk is also important. Having your back toward a wall or a corner will give you more security. Moreover, having a window looking at skyscrapers or high mountains will help to positive Feng Shui.

Design: Atmosphere Interior Design

Design: Atmosphere Interior Design

The next step concerns to lighting. It is important to have a correct balance between dark and light. The idea is to combine different aesthetical elements so that all of them create a welcoming space where we feel productive. Natural light can definitely help you to achieve a pleasant ambience as well as good ventilation. Artificial illumination should be avoided as much as possible. We should try to create a central point which can be the focus for the positive energy and the main element from where to start decorating the room.

Modern devices provide negative energy and electromagnetic noise which clearly affect your work. The best way to deal with this problem is by adding a plant in the room. No matter the size, just put some green around and enjoy a more healthy and refreshing work space.

There are many other details which can be considered in order to make our space more Feng Shui friendly, such as the position of your laptop or having around pictures and artwork which bring back happy memories making you feel positive.

Design: Feng Shui & Living

Design: Feng Shui & Living

And the last but not the least, keep your space clean and organized. Clutter is not only a sign of inefficiency but also a real problem when we look for a positive Feng Shui.

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